see and friends show compiled code. Some of the
things in the native code are not present in the compiled code (e.g.,
formatting and comments), but this is useful to see what threaded code
or native code is produced by macros and Gforth’s optimization
see"<spaces>name" – tools “see”
Locate name using the current search order. Display the definition of name. Since this is achieved by decompiling the definition, the formatting is mechanised and some source information (comments, interpreted sequences within definitions etc.) is lost.
xt-seext – gforth “xt-see”
Decompile the definition represented by xt.
simple-see"name" – gforth “simple-see”
a simple decompiler that’s closer to
simple-see-rangeaddr1 addr2 – gforth “simple-see-range”
see-code"name" – gforth “see-code”
simple-see, but also shows the dynamic native code for
the inlined primitives (except for the last).
see-code-rangeaddr1 addr2 – gforth “see-code-range”